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    Hostgator vs Liquidweb

    Which host is better?

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    I would recommend you to widen the range of your search and check more options as well.
    Pretty good hosting services provided by Jumpline.com. If you want reliable, low-cost, excellent web hosting service, don't hesitate, this decent host will meet your expectations in terms of reliability, speed and support.

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    Hostgator is better coz i m using it from long time and i did not get any issues with this website.

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    My vote for Hostgator.
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    Of course, Hostgator because of the high uptime rates and professional technical support. See details here
    WebhostingWatch analyzed 5,635 user reviews according to Feedback Moderation Guide. Now that we conducted a careful examination of the hosting industry, we can explain all the technical details, ToS niceties and payment nuances.

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    You are asking about 2 different niches of providers.
    Hostgator is cheap segment and Liquidweb is vip/premium segment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dominatos View Post
    You are asking about 2 different niches of providers.
    Hostgator is cheap segment and Liquidweb is vip/premium segment.
    Though Hostgator is cheap, it is a great choice not only for a beginner, but also for a professional hosting user.
    WebhostingWatch analyzed 5,635 user reviews according to Feedback Moderation Guide. Now that we conducted a careful examination of the hosting industry, we can explain all the technical details, ToS niceties and payment nuances.

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    If I were you, I'd give GlowHost.com a try. Their features have certainly gotten better and they now offer a lot more for the same price.
    Servers are reliable. Overall they're just a great company.

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    I have used Hostgator, but it isn't good enough. Initially i choose a good plan but with time when i started getting business, hostgator started suspending my account. Even i have cleared from them before taking their services. They have all same reason that my site is eating their RAM a lot and thus they are suspending my account.

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    Hostgator is better for me.

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    Hostgator this days are not so good, to many down times

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    No doubt, Gigapros.com will work for you. I can not express how happy I am with their services. I don't really enjoy learning about web servers and stuff, however, I have enjoyed getting everything setup, you just need to have a level of patience and explain everything in detail and everything will happen.

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    HostDepot.com is trustworthy US web host (since 1997). The team has high integrity and they value each customer.
    Great cheap service and easy too use.
    The interface is easy to use and suitable for beginners.
    I feel fortunate to have found them and recommend them highly.
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    Hostgator is better

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    I am using Hostgator and I think more websites use it than Liquidweb.
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